Job Title: Full-Time Lecturer
Phone: (631) 632-4246
Office Location: H-2038B
Education: Ph.D. Stony Brook University (2009); MA Queens College (1998); BA Queens College (1995)
Courses Taught: WRT 101, WRT 102, WRT 302, AIM 102, AIM 104, EGL 192, EGL 218, EGL 227, EGL 367
Composition and Rhetoric, 19th and 20th Century American Literature, and African-American Literature.
- "Out of Place: The Travels of Nicholas Said." Criticism 54.1 (Winter 2012): 59-83.
- “African Muslim Displacement: The Unusual Journey of Abd ar-Rahman.” Paper presented at Nexus Interdisciplinary Conference: University of Tennessee, Knoxville. April 7-8, 2006.
- “The Mystical Deconstruction of the Harlem Renaissance: Jean Toomer and the Gurdjieff.” Paper presented at Temples for Tomorrow–New Readings and Contexts: Rhode Island College, Providence. May 7 and 8, 2004.
- “Michael Gold: Straddling the Line between Contradiction and Stalin.” Paper presented at Constellation: Stony Brook University/State University of New York 12th Annual Graduate Interdisciplinary Conference, March 18, 2000.
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